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Section category: Comparisons

Soc&Env: Comparisons in community cohesion with other areas and over time

City residents are more likely to agree that the local area is a place where people from different backgrounds tend to get on well together, compared with residents polled across England (Figure 9). In Hackney, perceptions are similar to London and England (Figure 8). In Hackney, there have been improvements over time in residents’ views …

Soc&Env: Comparisons in the sense of place with other areas and over time

Hackney residents have a greater sense of belonging to their local area than residents of inner London boroughs as a whole, and England overall (Figure 10). City of London residents have a higher sense of belonging than residents of London as a whole, but similar to the average for England (Figure 11) Again, please note …

Soc&Env: Comparisons in resident satisfaction with other areas and over time

Figure 6 shows the proportion of Hackney residents who are satisfied or dissatisfied with their local area according to local survey data, and how this has changed between 2001 and 2015.  The figure shows that, since 2002, resident satisfaction with the local area has steadily increased (and resident dissatisfaction decreased). In more recent years, these …

Soc&Env: Comparisons of road traffic injuries with other areas and over time

Figure 13 shows Hackney’s rate of KSI on the roads per 100,000 resident population, alongside the national and regional averages and rates for Hackney’s statistical peers. Hackney’s rate of 38 per 100,000 is higher than the London average, but similar to the national average and many of its statistical peers. The rate of KSI in …

Soc&Env: Comparisons of modes of transport with other areas and over time

Table 2 shows mode shares and trip rates for Hackney and the City of London, compared to London as a whole. Bus and cycle use is much higher in Hackney than London overall, walking is slightly higher and rail and taxi/other use are similar. Car/motorcycle use in Hackney is much lower and Underground/DLR use is …

Soc&Env: Comparisons of air and noise pollution with other areas and over time

Figure 6 shows that in 2014 in Hackney, 7.2% of all-cause adult mortality (in the over 30s) was attributable to particulate air pollution, which is higher than the national and London average but similar to its statistical peers (statistical significance cannot be ascertained as confidence intervals are not available). In the City, this figure was …

Soc&Env: Comparisons in homelessness with other areas and over time

Statutory homelessness is a growing problem across the country, but has been felt most severely in London. Figure 20 shows that Hackney has the highest rate of households in temporary accommodation of all its statistical peers and is significantly higher than the London average. This trend over time shows the rate has increased from 14 …

Soc&Env: Comparisons in housing tenure with other areas and over time

Figure 17, Figure 18 and Figure 19 highlight Hackney and the City’s distinctive tenure patterns alluded to in the Local Data section relating to Housing Tenure. Hackney has a much smaller owner-occupied sector and the second largest social rented sectors in London. The private rented sector is one of the smallest among Hackney’s statistical ’peers’, …